The design philosophy behind Access Networks' new headquarters in Easton, PA was simple - preserve the legacy of a century-old church while building a new future for the budding technology company.
Barrett’s Technology Solutions has transformed their business model into a lasting legacy thanks to strategic partnerships and careful planning.
Control4 Corporation has been named as ProSource’s Custom Integration Vendor of the Year for the second year in a row.
ProSource, has elected Ted Bremekamp to the ProSource Board of Directors.
We sat down with BrandSource and ProSource MVPs to ask them about the year ahead.
HTSA has hired Jon Robbins, who helped found the buying group 20 years ago, as the new managing director of the organization.
As I am flipping through my DirecTV news channels, I can’t help but notice the trend in today’s business news. News anchors and analysts can’t stop talking about how the slow housing market and increasing gas prices have dramatically affected our economy. As we begin 2008, some economists and business experts predict that conditions are growing even worse. A variety of factors contributed to the housing slump and the spike in gas prices, the majority of which are beyond our control. However, I firmly believe we have control over the future of the custom electronics industry, regardless of conditions in the rest of the
There aren’t many advantages in this business when you’re young. No experience. No cadre of current customers to market to. And you’re just beginning to make the mistakes most of your competition has already committed and learned from. But there’s one distinct advantage Tyler Jennings and his team of fellow twentysomethings at Imperium Smart Systems in Herriman, Utah, have: Starting from a clean slate, the group can adopt the latest technology earlier than anyone else, and install it quickly. This fall, the company was rewarded for its ingenuity, winning the Windows Media Center Ultimate Install Competition. Announced at the 2007 CEDIA EXPO, the
It’s hard to impress a Silicon Valley executive who is heavily involved in technology. The level of sophistication that this particular client expected was high, and he required that all technology be hidden from view and fully integrated into his home’s sleek, streamlined urban architecture and minimalist décor. “This is one of the most demanding clients I have ever worked with,” says Brian Hodges, VP of sales at Engineered Environments (www.engineeredenvironments.com). “He [pays] immaculate attention to detail. If you couldn’t play at his level, he simply wasn’t interested.” To navigate this complex project that was being built from the ground up, Engineered Environments
Linda Elliott Smith has been an interior designer for nearly a quarter of a century. She began her practice in 1983 and, in 1985, started her own interior design firm, Smith & Associates, which specializes in contract, hospitality and residential projects. Smith not only possesses a long history in the practice of interior design, but also has been an active and outspoken leader for the advancement of the trade itself for many years. During 2003 and 2004, she served as president of the American Society of Interior Designers (ASID); she has served as a volunteer leader for that organization since the 1980s, and
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